The original question was:
"Can anybody explain why THA still has a D-Score above 81 while burning money since more than 3 months?"
Divergence and capacity attribute is a follow up problem on this and some other Darwins.
I find only 12 Darwins with a D-Score > 80 which should be a sign of quality, and these are the last ones on the 3 months view, sorted by Return:
So I really wonder why a Darwin with 8.5 % losses and more than 10 % DD must have a D-Score > 81.
On a six months view nearly all these 12 Darwins show profit without one (again the last 2 in return sorting):
I think D-Score is really missing some dynamic and as you see on the chart: the nearly 17 % DD are freshly made, not historical in these 6 months.
Because they trade news with very low liquidity and the capacity algo does not know or regard that.